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Lisa Scheller

StatePennsylvania
District07
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://lisaschellerpa.com/

Lisa Scheller is a trailblazer in the world of business and a successful reformer in public service, embracing both roles with a sense of humanity and purpose. Scheller is the granddaughter of immigrants who in 1945, founded Silberline Manufacturing Co., one of the region’s premier manufacturers, making a key ingredient in paints and coatings. Lisa took over running the company, following her brother’s death, and is currently chairman and president. It is the only certified women-owned business of its kind in the world. With global headquarters north of the Lehigh Valley, the company employs more than 160 people in manufacturing jobs right here in Pennsylvania and 500 people worldwide. Lisa gained a reputation as a fiscally conservative fighter who advocated for spending restraint, lower taxes, job creation, and an end to special-interest giveaways. Lisa also led a drive for increased government transparency. She played an important role in opening Board of Commissioner committee meetings to the press and public – and she did it with bipartisan support. Lisa proved adept at creating consensus across party lines and did so during a time of deepening political division between Republicans and Democrats statewide and nationally. Lisa is the mother of two grown children. She resides in Allentown. Her hobbies include exercise, hiking, and cycling throughout the region, and she enjoys cooking and photography.


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Young Gun   

Lisa Scheller

StatePennsylvania
District07
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://lisaschellerpa.com/

Lisa Scheller is a trailblazer in the world of business and a successful reformer in public service, embracing both roles with a sense of humanity and purpose. Scheller is the granddaughter of immigrants who in 1945, founded Silberline Manufacturing Co., one of the region’s premier manufacturers, making a key ingredient in paints and coatings. Lisa took over running the company, following her brother’s death, and is currently chairman and president. It is the only certified women-owned business of its kind in the world. With global headquarters north of the Lehigh Valley, the company employs more than 160 people in manufacturing jobs right here in Pennsylvania and 500 people worldwide. Lisa gained a reputation as a fiscally conservative fighter who advocated for spending restraint, lower taxes, job creation, and an end to special-interest giveaways. Lisa also led a drive for increased government transparency. She played an important role in opening Board of Commissioner committee meetings to the press and public – and she did it with bipartisan support. Lisa proved adept at creating consensus across party lines and did so during a time of deepening political division between Republicans and Democrats statewide and nationally. Lisa is the mother of two grown children. She resides in Allentown. Her hobbies include exercise, hiking, and cycling throughout the region, and she enjoys cooking and photography.


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